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Old 11-05-2013, 01:35 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 pace arrow that blows the ignition signal fuse in the battery control box. This prevents the slides to work any help or idea's on this.
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Start by removing the load from the fuse at the opposite end of the conductor and see if the fuse will hold. if not, the conductor is shorted out. If the fuse does hold; reconnect part of the load (If possible) and see if the fuse holds or not. Diagnosing is a process of elimination down to the root of the problem. Make certain that you have good operating voltages as low voltage can cause a good circuit to blow a fuse as well.
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Thanks I got some wiring diagrams and see what I can come up with. Looking for the s/o relay, co detector wiring, also looking into backup camera.
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